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Global Supply Chain Insights
Marina Mayer | Editor-in-Chief | Supply & Demand Chain Executive
Discover how to plan for demand, overcome shortages, modernize payment structure and achieve resiliency for the future of the supply chain.
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Food Logistics and Supply & Demand Chain Executive named Alexis Mizell-Pleasant as Associate Editor, responsible for writing, editing, managing the awards programs, overseeing social media, managing the websites and more.
Machine Learning applications can help in forecasting and mitigating organizational risks, and there are several applications relative to an organizational supply chain that are technically viable and proven to deliver value and early successes.
The U.S. and the rest of the world will witness record-breaking weather this year. Domestically, this will be the hottest summer on record, and forecasters have also predicted extreme weather for regions like India, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka, among others.
As supply chain leaders, you know we live in an on-demand world. It has become the standard. In fact, as consumers of everyday products and services ourselves, we’ve all come to expect, and well, demand, on-demand service.
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